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  2. @RayS has you pretty well covered. To address the drying aid, think of Ceramic Waterless like Detail Spray for ceramics and use it like that as well as like Waterless Wash, and you'll be golden. Shelve the Detail Spray for another non-coated car, nav screens, etc. Use Ceramic Boost about once a month/every 3-4 washes as it can build up, and it can be thought of similarly to HGG as far as sealing and drying at the same time.
  3. Awesome! That really does look great. But to clarify, that's the new Ceramic Coating Wax, not the Ceramic Paste Wax. The former is a coating in paste wax form, the latter a silica-infused wax (and now discontinued).
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  5. Chris, I marked "Thanks" not only for sharing the '40 Ford pictures , but because it looks like a Trophy which is what that shine would win.
  6. I have to agree with @Chris@Adams on the good looking vehicle and coating. I did my Wife's and son-in-laws vehicles right after purchase. Not only was the vehicle much easier to prep, it also reduced the number of dings that had to be dealt with. It has been 7 months since I did the son-in-laws truck and it still looks great and 5 months on the wife's. If can you can swing the coating, you'll love the looks and ease of maintenance.
  7. Hi Jack, Did you get Ceramic waterless wash or the regular waterless wash? I'm going to go under the assumption that you received the Ceramic based product. The blue waterless wash towels are the same and I don't even keep mine separated between the vehicles using waterless wash vs ceramic waterless wash. For the Wash & Coat, I use the Lambskin mitt on the wife's vehicle and the 10" wash pad on all the others. For boost, I use the Borderless Gray and then do a final wipe down with a double soft. If I'm preparing the vehicle for a little extra pop with Brilliant Glaze, I use multiple single softs in lieu of the borderless gray. Don't ask if it makes a difference between the Borderless Gray and single soft - I can't tell a difference, but the owner of the garage queen thinks so and that is what really matters.
  8. That thing is freaking awesome Chris!!!
  9. My wife is also sensitive to some smells. The regular odor neutralizer bothers her, but the pumpkin does not. Regular interior detail spray also bothers her, but I've had multiple others that do not. Pumpkin seems to always be a safe choice and she's never had a problem with any of the exterior detail sprays or BG, Leather conditioner or glass cleaner. What gets interesting is that the garage can be filled with the smell of regular detail spray and it never bothers her, but I put a detail spray air freshener in the vehicle, she bothered by it. For reference, it has to be a specific chemical compound given that she has around 100 different Yankee candles and we can use Fabreeze ,Yankee Candle other Adam's Air Fresheners without issue.
  10. Hi Crisco, As @falcaineer recommended the Paint Sealant with HGG on it looks and lasts for a while. If it is a white vehicle, it will really look great - I don't know what it is with HGG and White, but it is a perfect combination, in my opinion. If you are going out for a weekend or to a show, you can go over the car with Brilliant Glaze and it will really make it pop, but be aware it only lasts for a of days. One additional item you can do with HGG is go over it with Ceramic Paste Wax. I have done this with one white vehicle and I really liked the outcome. The HGG gave it the look that I was after and the Ceramic Paste Wax gave it the additional longevity the owner wanted. With the CPW, you will only apply HGG every 6 months or so when you do a strip wash again. The maintenance on the CPW is to use Ceramic Boost once a month as a drying aid and the rest of the time use Ceramic Waterless Wash.
  11. It is actually a steel building and the artists rendering is showing horizontal siding, but we prefer vertical and will go that way. The construction gives us the option to enclose the large bay if we choose to do so next year. We have priced the doors and they will run about $5,000 for the pair, installed. Each door would be a roll up, 16 wide by 14 tall and they are running $2,200 each. The large bay will also have plenty of light with ten 8 foot 5000k LED's on the ceiling and air moving with two 84" ceiling fans. We really would have liked to have gone with Brick, but the additional $12,000 price tag put that beyond what we want to spend for now. The one thing we can do with Steel is add the Sandstone on front to match the front of the house so it has the curb appeal. I'll do all the wiring myself and will insulate the enclosed area so it can be climate controlled. To get to a design type that we liked, we've probably looked at close to 300 different models and drawings and each of those can be customized to exactly how we want it. Now that we've in the final design stages, we're getting rather excited. We still have the end design, company selection, permits, concrete, delivery and construction, inspection and then usage. There is still a lot left to do, but the in the end this is going to be a very nice step up from using a 10' x 10' portable canopy to get out of the sun. Should I also mention that the wife is tired of her garage queen getting moved out of the garage so we can put project cars in there.
  12. Check out this 40 Ford I detailed & top it off with CPW. The CPW gave it a nice deep wet look.
  13. Here’s mine that I coated a year ago, still going strong.
  14. Nice Durango, I know it's not on your list however if I were you I would Ceramic Coat it. A coated car is 10 times easier to take care off especially when it's dark color.
  15. So I've got a brand new vehicle,last one was Tboned and totalled a couple months ago. It came with a factory sealant so my washing routine was based off of that, established and good to go. With my new vehicle I opted out of the sealant this time because I wanted to get more hands on with Adam's various products and do more myself. So needless to say with the basic paint and clearcoat now, my washing and mostly exterior protection methods will be totally different and I need some opinions on the directions I should take now. I'll list below the products I recently purchased and hopefully you guys n gals will chime in on what's the best options for layering products,upkeep ect. Overall I wanna experiment and see what produces the best protection and shine! Thanks. Ceramic Paste Wax V1 Ceramic Boost Brilliant Glaze Buttery Wax H20 Guard and Gloss Spray Wax Pic of my new ride 2020 Dodge Durango GT Plus
  16. Strawberry detail spray scented ones are legit. Got grape coming as well. Hopefully they will release the leather Conditioner scented ones again. Another fav of mine is Chemical guys Stripper scent
  17. I am changing both vehicles to Ceramic Spray Coating and just received a shipment of the waterless wash, wash & coat and boost. I have 8-10 blue waffle waterless wash towels. Can they be used instead of the once that are shown for the ceramic waterless wash? Also I saw in the video and instructions for the wash & coat that they recommend a mist of the waterless to help drying, while I also used detail spray and I was thinking I would use the boost.
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